Arduino Robotics - John-David Warren, Josh Adams, Harald Molle Robots, RC, Sailing, ARG, and every combination thereof! Forget about STEM! We’ve been all about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) with our robotic zoo! Over the past six weeks, the kids at the North Tampa Robotics Club, South Tampa Robotics Club, and Learning Gate Community School have been hard at working building a robotic zoo to exhibit at the Tampa Bay Mini Maker Faire. African Savanna In this tropical grassland, massive herds of zebras and giraffes roam freely. The giraffe uses its long neck and towering body to reach the succulent leaves high up in the tree while the zebra, an animal rarely domesticated pauses momentarily and responds to being petted. Materials The habitat is constructed of paper mâché, painted and decorated with an assortment of craft and hobby materials. Central American Jungle Deep in the jungles of Central America, the plants attack and the animals do their best avoid predators by blending in with the background. Materials The habitat is constructed primarily of natural materials. Dragon’s Realm
Brown Dog Gadgets | Classroom Projects, DIY Solar Kits, & Solar-Powered Gadgets Dragon Age Journeys Video game console A video game console is a device that outputs a video signal to display a video game. The term "video game console" is used to distinguish a machine designed for consumers to use for playing video games on a separate television in contrast to arcade machines, handheld game consoles, or home computers. Although Ralph Baer had built working game consoles by 1966, it was nearly a decade before PONG made them commonplace in home theaters. Through evolution over the years, game consoles have expanded to function as CD players, DVD players, web browsers, set-top boxes and more. History First generation The Magnavox Odyssey was the first video game console, released in 1972. Although the first video games appeared in the 1950s, they were played on massive computers connected to vector displays, not analog televisions. Finally, in 1972 Magnavox released the Magnavox Odyssey, the first home video game console which could be connected to a TV set. Second generation
Fully Autonomous Golf Caddy I'm getting pretty good at Arduino programming. For senior design we design and build a fully autonomous golf caddy. We're using a GPS and a compass for location awareness and a pre-programmed path based on our own optimal path calculations of the golf course and essentially you will be able to interact with the caddy remotely and just say “Go to point A” (ideally via text message, we're working on that right now) Our IC components:# Arduino ATMega 1280 [main controller]# Parallax GPS [GPS receiver]# HMC6343 [Compass]# Narobo Dronecell [Cellular communication with a group member's SIM card installed.]# Sabertooth 2×25 [Motor controller]# various buttons, resistors, capacitors [input, testing, filters] I've used lots of other people's programs and tuned them heavily, and I've written some of my own programs and protocols. I'll add in some horribly drawn wiring diagrams too.
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